3 Point Motors is proud to support our local community.
Green Acres Golf Club
Green Acres Golf Club is Melbourne’s premier Yarra River golf course with a proud history dating back to 1948. Located just moments from the heart of the city in a lush and tranquil riverside setting, Green Acres provides members with access to a challenging 18-hole course, a contemporary clubhouse, a comprehensive golf centre and a friendly sense of community.
TLC for Kids
TLC for Kids is the leading Australian children’s charity helping sick kids and their families cope with the challenges of everyday life with illness. Upon referral, TLC gives tailored practical and emotional support both in and out of hospital, almost a million times each year. Whether it’s a one-off hospital visit or a prolonged struggle with illness, TLC is part of the extended support network for sick children, aiming to reduce stress and help everyone face what’s ahead.
Melbourne Network provides a regular series of events across the year, held in conjunction with some of Melbourne's biggest sporting and cultural experiences. Importantly, the Melbourne Network Club was created as a way of allowing partners to entertain their own key clients, staff and guests in addition to entertaining guests in a room full of like minded business people.
Bundoora United Football Club
Old Carey Cricket Club
3 Point Motors Kew is proud to support the Old Carey Cricket Club. Established in 1955, the Club welcomes new players of all abilites. Old Carey Cricket Club is a member of the Eastern Cricket Association.
3 Point Motors proudly supports Brainwave, the official charity partner of Mercedes-Benz Australia. Brainwave aims to provide practical assistance and emotional support to children with neurological conditions, as well as their families and carers, to positively impact their quality of life.
3 Point Motors is supporting Nathan Pellissier on his journey to the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. Nathan is on his way to representing Australia in Table Tennis. This is a tough and grueling path for any athlete and for Nathan, born in 1996 with cerebral palsy, it has more difficulties than you can imagine.
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